First Look At Avatar Generations With New Gameplay Trailer

A brand new mobile game based on Nickelodeon’s hit TV series, Avatar: The Last Airbender, is now available for pre-registration as Crystal Dynamics Eidos Entertainment and Navigator Games release an exciting, first-look gameplay trailer for the upcoming Avatar Generations.

The exciting new trailer introduces players to the immersive world of the Four Nations, as Aang and his companions take the fight to the enemy. The story will include all of the “best moments” from the Avatar universe, alongside new and original story content,

First Look At Avatar Generations With New Gameplay Trailer

A fully free-to-play RPG, players will have the opportunity to experience Avatar’s adventures in exciting new ways, collecting and customizing heroes as they master the elements in fun and engaging, turn-based combat.

Pre-registration is available on both Android and iOS with full information on the official website. Avatar Generations is expected to launch worldwide early 2023. iOS users will get a notification on the day of launch, while Android users can use the Google Play Store to register directly. Players that sign up before release will receive a variety of rewards including a companion, Appa, and an exclusive Avatar Aang hero.

Source: Press Release
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